The Red Devils were humiliated at Anfield against their fierce rivals, as Jurgen Klopp’s rampaging Reds side swept them aside.
“They [fans] are entitled to so much more.”
Manchester United’s 4-0 loss to Liverpool is summed perfectly by Bruno Fernandes.
On Tuesday night, Mohamed Salah scored a hat trick, while Luis Diaz and Sadio Mane also scored.
In the stands, United’s iconic former manager Sir Alex Ferguson looked heartbroken as he watched helplessly.
When speaking on Sky Sports commentary, Gary Neville was enraged with United, calling the team a “waste of space.”
And his former teammate Roy Keane slammed the club, claiming that it is lacking in leadership, heart, soul, and quality.
After the game, Fernandes couldn’t disguise his disappointment, insisting that United’s fans deserve more from the players.
“Obviously it’s a disappointing result again,” Fernandes stated after the game to Sky Sports. I’m not sure how much more I can say.
“I believe apologizing to the fans will never be adequate, but there’s nothing we can do at this point.”
“We don’t owe it to the fans to perform like this.” They are entitled to more from us.
“They deserve much more from us for the manner they supported us till the finish, for staying to celebrate us even after the result.”
“We need to step up our game.” “It is what it is,” says the narrator.
“I think everyone runs,” he said when asked if his teammates’ effort was there. Everyone, I believe, is putting forward effort. I don’t believe anyone gives less than their all.
“We must do it for ourselves, our clubs, our supporters, and everyone else.”
“We need to say things, but we keep it in the dressing room.” Now that the game is done, we must focus on the next one.”
“Liverpool is contending for the crown,” he continued. At the time, we are not battling for naught. The change can be seen in the points.
“I don’t need to be here talking about the level gap.”
After that, Fernandes was questioned about why United is so far behind Liverpool, after finishing second last season.
“We have to look at ourselves from top to bottom and understand what is going wrong,” he responded.
“We’re going to compete to the very end, and we have to compete.” If someone does not wish to compete, they must be removed from the game.
“No one can think it’s over by putting their head down.” We must all recognize that there is something worth fighting for, if only for the badge.”
Interim coach Ralf Rangnick then slammed his ’embarrassing, humiliating’ team, which managed only two shots throughout the game.